Havre Daily News                                                                             Monday, March 16, 1981

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MARY C. SCHEND

  A long-time resident of Hill County, Mrs. Mary C. Schend, 91, died March 14

in a local hospital.

  Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today at Holland and Bonine Chapel.

  Funeral Mass will be at 12 noon Tuesday at St. Jude's Catholic Church with

interment in Calvary Cemetery.

  Mrs. Schend was born in Breda, Iowa, Oct. 4, 1889. She was the daughter of

W.F. and Annie Lammerding.

  She was raised in Iowa and Minnesota. She was married to Nick Schend at

Tintah, Minn. Feb 16 1909.

  They came to the Fresno area in 1912. In 1923 they moved to Havre.

  Mr. Schend died in 1962.

  Survivors are a son, Bernard, Seattle; daughters, Eliene Gridley, Havre;

brothers, J.J. Lammerding, Havre and F.E. Lammerding, Kalispell; a nephew,

Kenneth Ausk, Columbia Falls, two grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

  A son, Henry, preceded her in death.

  Mrs. Schend was a member of St. Jude's Alter Society and Catholic Daughters

of America.

  Memorials may be sent to the organ fund of St. Jude's Church or to one's own

choice.

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DEATHS

 Mary C. Schend, 91, Havre, March 14, 1981   in Havre Daily News

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Havre Daily News                                                                      Wednesday, March 18, 1981

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Mary C. Schend

  Mary C. Schend, 91, died March 14 in a local hospital. Mrs. schend was born

in Breda, Iowa, Oct 4, 1889. She was the daughter of W.F. & Annie Lammerding.

  Mrs Schend was raised in Iowa and Minnesota. She was married to Nick Schend at

Tintah, Minn. Feb 16 1909.

  They came to the Fresno area in 1912. In 1923 they moved to Havre.

  Mr. Schend died in 1962.

  Survivors are a son, Bernard, Seattle; daughters, Eliene Gridley, Havre;

brothers, J.J. Lammerding, Havre and F.E. Lammerding, Kalispell; a nephew,

Kenneth Ausk, Columbia Falls, two grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

  A son, Henry, preceded her in death.

  Mrs. Schend was a member of St. Jude's Alter Society and Catholic Daughters

of America.

  Funeral Mass was at 12 noon Tuesday at St. Jude's Catholic Church with

interment in Calvary Cemeterty.

  Memorials may be sent to the organ fund of St. Jude's Church or to one's own

choice.

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MARY SCHEND

  Funeral Mass for Mrs. Mary Schend was conducted at noon Tuesday in St. Jude's

Catholic church with the Rev. Michael McHugh, S.J. officiating.

  Internment was in Calvary Cemetery.

  Pallbearers were Joe Domire, Vernon Sohm, George Turbak, Joe Schend, Jim

Faber and Howard McKay.

  Russell Blom and leo Phillips were ushers.

  Francie Miller sang, "Amazing grace," "How Great Thou Art," "Ave Marie" and

"Lord Let Me Walk." William Lisenby was accompnist.

  Memorials may be given to the church organ fund or one's own choice.

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Burial Record  Calvary Cemetery, Havre, Montana  Space #A, Lot #26, Block #16

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